North West University – Vaal student, Sebolelo Motlhabi, enjoys a comfortable lead at the top of SA’s Top Female Morabaraba Rankings unveiled by Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA).
MSSA is aware of the potential of what Morabaraba can offer all females. As such MSSA has been promoting female participation right from the start. At first, there was a body of gamers that resisted MSSA’s moves, but reason has held sway in that they too see the obvious advantages of seeing greater female participation and now even hold such types of championships as if it were their idea.
The current rankings to be used at MSSA’s 15th Free State Provincial Championships take into account all the provincial championships played to date in 2018 such as the Gauteng, North West, and Mpumulanga Provincial Championships.
Such championships count towards qualifying for MSSA’s 2019 National Team Trials.
Leading Female Rankings – Morabaraba:
1st – Sebolelo Motlhabi – North West University – Vaal
2nd – Saudah Bhaimia – Curro Klerksdorp
3rd – Thandi Ngoveni – THS Tom Naude
4th – Paula Loftus – Masters of Mind Sports
5th – Nombulelo Gavin – Fakkel School of Skills
6th – Kaitlin Madramoothu – Curro Klerksdorp
7th – Anne-Lee Steyn –  JCS Academy
8th – Natelene Burger – JCS Academy
9th – Michelle Mensah – THS Tom Naude
10th – Simoné Otto – THS Tom Naude